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  • RSE Alumni Retreat to Discuss the Future of RSE Attracts Big Turnout! +

    The RSE Trustees and the Alumni Advisory Committee (AAC) hosted a virtual retreat to discuss the future of RSE on November 14, 2020. The Retreat had 74 registered attendees ranging from the class of 1947 to current RPI students. The purpose of the meeting was to: Educate Alumni on the survey and the progress of the AAC; Review current status of the RSE Future Strategy Initiative and concepts; Gain initial feedback from the Alumni on proposed future concepts; and Provide a path and timing to a decision on the RSE Future Strategy. Read More
  • Junior Members Step Up During COVID Crisis +

    We are now two months into one of the strangest semesters in the history of 1501 Sage Ave – as the pandemic continues to march across our campus, and the rest of the nation. Thanks to the efforts of the Junior Membership President Zach Alexander ’21 and House Manger Matt Binshtock ’21 the structure is still being well cared for. During the summer the Trustees utilized assets from our Reserve Account to perform maintenance on the Front Porch. I’m sure that many of you will recall the efforts of 2012/2013 to stabilize and repair the porch. These repairs are holding up Read More
  • COVID is no Match for our Junior Members’ Commitment to RSE +

    As we approach the midpoint of a very unusual semester, with many Greek organizations not living in their houses, a limited number of students on campus, and with nearly all students taking at least some classes online, it is safe to say that RSE’s JMs are navigating unprecedented events. The RSE Clubhouse is unfortunately unoccupied for the semester as RSE strives to cooperate with the RPI administration in their efforts to keep the campus safe and healthy. The security system installed this past spring has worked well in keeping the House secure and undisturbed. Efforts are being made to encourage Read More
  • RSE Foundation Donations, Possible Tax Deductions +

    Donating to The RSE Foundation in 2020 The CARES Act of 2020 may offer some tax advantages to our donors. Please consider these aspects when donating. Be sure to consult your tax professional to confirm their applicability to your specific situation. Read More
  • RSE Receives Suede RSE Seal from Daughter of 1938 Alumnus +

    In September, Mrs. Barbara Towne Patterson shipped a suede RSE logo to the RSE Clubhouse. This unique seal belonged to her late father, Robert Dickinson Towne ‘38. She mentioned that he had always considered it an important piece of RSE memorabilia. As you can see, the logo is a beautiful rendition of the RSE seal in the House colors of orange and black. RSE Society President Tom Keating ’75 sent her a note of appreciation for this thoughtful donation and promised that it would be maintained. The logo will be prominently displayed in the RSE Museum & Archive Room (the Read More
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Annual dues and donations support maintenance and renovations to all areas of the RSE clubhouse and occasional alumni activities. They also support our alumni communications program, including publication and distribution of OveRSEer and other mailings. Annual dues and donations are not tax deductible.

 

RSE Foundation

The RSE Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 charity that provides financial support for the educational objectives and facilities of the RSE clubhouse.

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